List Changes For Upstate D-1 Prospect

Reporter Mike Sullivan has the new list for upstate guard prospect Kelvin Agee ...

Kelvin Agee, a 6-foot-2 backcourt player from Niagara Falls High School in Niagara Falls, New York, has seen his recruiting list change slightly due to other schools fulfilling their needs at his position.

Agee, who had a summer in several instate major events, now has a list of Buffalo, Northeastern, Canisius, Niagara, and Central Connecticut State.

Rider and Fairfield have dropped out of the recruiting process after landing recruits in the backcourt, according to the coaching staff at Niagara Falls High School.

Agee still remains open in his recruiting process.

Below are previous accomplishments this website cited during Agee's summer of basketball:

Kelvin averaged 23 points and nine rebounds per game in the Can/Am event.

Agee led his team averaging 31 points in the Empire State games. His team landed its first Gold Medal since 2001.

Agee's perimeter game was sparkling too in the event. He nailed 13 three-pointers during the tournament.


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